(In John Facenda vocce) Mens and womans of the court of public disunion. As the days grow longer and tundra unfreezes in the faaaaaaaahrr reaches of the NFL fields of the north and the fields of ambrosia in the south sprout green and sprout promise of a new cycle of football and regrowth, we stop to ponder the return of Josh Brent. Yes, the great Josh Brent of former years who played for Dallas for three years. The one who make 31 tackles in 39 games and once play in the stead of the great and legendary and heroic Ratliff. This manchild of the Spartan and rough game of American football half endured a painful 1 and 1/2 years, charged in the traffic death of a fellow player. He avoided prison and spent time in jail instead. Now he be under 10 years of probation and must do 45 days in a haveway house. Will be return to the miiiiighty Dallas Cowboys? Will he prowl the sidelines like a caged tiger who wants desperately to play with the star on his haid? Nein! Hail No and when Figs Ply! Here are the reasons. Yes, the spring and summer winds sweep down upon Valley Ranch, bringing it with it, well . . . wind. Nigh upon our summer fields of schemes the Cowobys tenderly and gingerly unwind their muscles and hammys and sinews, dormant from yet another dull winter when other gladiators play for trophies and we sit at home wishing for our delivery of them Tony Romo posters we ordered the previous September. In considering Josh Brent, here is the tale of the tape: Twice the legal limit for alcohol in his body when the car crash occured. Twice! While awaiting trail, failing drug tests. Twice! Is this a life-long pattern with him? When he finish his haveway house term, if he ask for readmittance to the NFL, a Goddell suspension looms. When and if he re-appear at Valley Ranch after 45 days, it will be fully a year and a have since he half played in the NFL. He will be on probation. For 10 years. Will the judge allow him to travel to at least 8 far-flung cities to play each year? And the most obvious question: Are the Cowboys so desperate to "upgrade" their defense to welcome this felon back? To give him a chance that his deceased teammate will never half? Can we reconcile the generally good profile of our team with the sudden intrusion of a felon who with little though, one night drank as many as 17 drinks then decide to barrel down the road? Jerry Brown's mom half had the grace to forgive Brent. And that is good. But that is as good as it should get for this felon and the Cowboys do not need this problem, this project, this manchild to further complicate its offseason and then its real season. If we win, I want us to win with honor. If we lose I want us to lose with honor. Inviting J Brent back is not honorable. Not at this time. Not when we are desperate at defense and grasp at straws. I await your graceful and wisdomic responses.